1997 Southeast Asian Games

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19th Southeast Asian Games
19th Southeast Asian Games
Theme: ""
Nations participating 10
Athletes participating 6007 (including officials)
Events 490 in 36 sports
Duration {{{Duration}}}
Officially opened by General Suharto
President of Indonesia
Ceremony venue Bung Karno Stadium

The 19th Southeast Asian Games were held in Jakarta, Indonesia from 11 October to 19 October 1997. It was opened by President Suharto. The Games featured 36 sports in 490 events.

Mascot

File:1997 sea games mascot.png Hanoman, a character in the Ramayana epic, was the official mascot of the 1997 SEA Games.

Medal count

(Host nation highlighted.)

Position Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Flag of Indonesia (bordered).png Indonesia 194 101 115 410
2 Flag of Thailand.png Thailand 83 97 78 258
3 Flag of Malaysia.png Malaysia 55 68 75 198
4 Flag of the Philippines.png Philippines 43 56 108 207
5 Flag of Vietnam.png Vietnam 35 48 50 133
6 20px Singapore 30 26 50 106
7 Flag of Myanmar.png Myanmar 8 34 44 86
8 Flag of Brunei.png Brunei 0 2 8 10
9 Flag of Laos.png Laos 0 0 7 7
10 Flag of Cambodia.png Cambodia 0 0 6 6

References


Preceded by
1995
Chiang Mai, Thailand
Southeast Asian Games Succeeded by
1999
Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam
Southeast Asian Peninsular Games
Thailand 1959 | Burma 1961 | Cambodia 1963¹ | Malaysia 1965 | Thailand 1967
Burma 1969 | Malaysia 1971 | Singapore 1973 | Thailand 1975
Southeast Asian Games
Malaysia 1977 | Indonesia 1979 | Philippines 1981 | Singapore 1983 | Thailand 1985
Indonesia 1987 | Malaysia 1989 | Philippines 1991 | Singapore 1993 | Thailand 1995 | Indonesia 1997 | Brunei Darussalam 1999 | Malaysia 2001 | Vietnam 2003 | Philippines 2005 | Thailand 2007 | Laos 2009 | Indonesia 2011 | Singapore 2013 | Malaysia 2015 | Brunei 2017 | Philippines 2019
¹Cancelled as host pulled out.


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